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Ceramic Trim Coating
$70.00
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Adam’s Ceramic Trim Coating is a simple, ready to use system that combines versatility with ease of use.

  • Provides long-lasting protection
  • Easy application process
  • For Use On Plastic Trim, Headlights, & Other Exterior Plastics
  • Darkens Trim
  • Can Be Layered Over Black Trim Restorer
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Adam’s Ceramic Trim Coating is an ultra-durable, 5H hardness Ceramic. This formula is incredibly easy to use and restores vibrant color back to any color trim to leave a long-lasting surface protection. With changes in chemistry and advancements in ceramic-related science, we are able to implement the effectiveness of a ceramic coating, give it the same flexibility needed for plastics, trim, and headlights, and provide a 5H hardness that will lasts for at least 2 years. This coating is perfect for textured black side mirrors, plastic wiper cowls, and even plastic covers in the engine bay of most modern vehicles. Once a surface has been prepped, the Ceramic Trim Coating will give the longest-lasting protection to plastics and trim in our product line.


For Use on Plastic and Trim:

Step 1: Remove the 4oz bottle of Adam’s Trim Cleaner and supplied Edgeless Utility Towel and fold towel into fourths. Prepare the trim by using the supplied 4oz bottle of Adam’s Surface Prep and edgeless utility towel to clean and degrease the surface of any existing protection or residual films. Mist each surface with a direct spray and once into the towel to optimally clean the surface. For heavily contaminated trim and plastic, we recommend a deep cleanse with Trim Cleaner and an Edgeless Utility Towel.

Step 2: Remove the supplied Ceramic Trim Coating bottle and the pair of supplied gloves from the packaging. With the gloves on, open the bottle and begin dispensing the chemical onto the supplied Micro Silk Applicator to begin the coating process. Begin to work the product into the surface, ensuring full coverage over the desired area. Since the product is being applied to a porous plastic surface, you will not see a rainbow/flashing effect— the immediate color change of the plastic or trim will reveal where the product has been applied.

Step 3: Allow coating to fully cure for 1-2 hours, free from elements or weathering. Not allowing optimal time will force the coating to cure with whatever elements touches it during the curing process. Once cured, you’re free to enjoy the open road and have clean, dressed plastic and trim no matter how harsh the conditions.


For Use on Headlights and Taillights:


Step 1: Remove the 4oz bottle of Adam’s Surface Prep and supplied Edgeless Utility Towel and fold towel into fourths. Prepare your headlights by using the supplied 4oz bottle of Adam’s Surface Prep and Edgeless Utility Towel to clean and degrease the surface of any existing protection or residual films. Mist each surface with a direct spray and once into the towel to optimally clean the surface. For heavily oxidized headlights and taillights, we recommend restoration and polishing with our Headlight Restoration Kit, sold separately.

Step 2: Remove the supplied Ceramic Trim Coating bottle and the pair of supplied gloves from the packaging. With the gloves on, open the bottle and dispense the product onto the supplied Micro Silk Applicator to begin the coating process. Begin to work the product into the surface, ensuring full coverage over the desired area. Since the product is being applied to a clear plastic surface, the flashing effect could be difficult to see— the immediate clarity change of the headlight or tail light lens will reveal where the product has been applied. To ensure full coverage, start from left to right and crosshatch the headlight using an up-down, side-to-side motion.

Step 3: Allow coating to fully cure for 1-2 hours, free from elements or weathering. Not allowing optimal time will force the coating to cure with whatever elements touches it during the curing process. Once cured, you’re free to enjoy the open road and have clean, dressed headlights and taillights no matter how harsh the conditions.

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